Evanger's Grain-Free Rabbit Canned Dog & Cat Food
Have a wire fox terrier. He would bring about a Rabbit Holocaust if given the opportunity. We feed him a can of rabbit once a week and duck once a week; rest of the time he has to make do with chicken, beef, lamb and pork, with a cat-food salmon occasionally. Loves the rabbit. Loves the rabbit. Did I mention, he loves the rabbit?
July 21, 2013
Pets actually didn't like it
Our dog doesn't like it. Our cats don't like it, and even the two outside stray cats don't care for it. Rather than throwing it out, I mix a little of it in with other wet food, such as canned Merrick. It was way too expensive to just throw out, so that's how I'm trying to dispose of what I have. A wholesome product, but none of my pets care for it.
January 1, 2013
Food is fine, but cats aren't
This looks like a very good food. I bought it because 1 of my 3 cats might have a food allergy, and needed something that they had never eaten before. But they don't like it much--maybe they feel my distaste about eating cute rabbits. I thought that once they got used to it, it would be more popular, but not so after 10 days.
However, the food itself looks very good and I know my dogs will love eating it even if my cats don't. If the cats had loved, it I would have given it 5 stars. Because I know my dogs do like it, I gave it 4 stars.
February 16, 2014
Great for cat with food allergies
Quality product, palatable for cat with food allergy developed over years of eating commercial food available in grocery store.
January 17, 2013
Smells pungent, and the dogs love it
This food comes as 10% crude protein, 6% fat, 1.5% fiber, 78% moisture, .25% calcium, and .20% phosphorus. The ingredients are simple- Just rabbit, water, liver and guar gum. If you are looking for an all-meat canned food to supplement with dry kibbles, or even if you just want to add some variety, this is a good choice.
It smells strong of roasted rabbit and liver, and the dogs ate it up. To those who are complaining that their cats won't eat it; it is not uncommon for many cats and dogs to not like rabbit, raw or cooked. You might have to hide it in other food for your pet to grow used to it. Rabbit is a great source of taurine, so this is great for felines as a food mixer to add to their heart, brain, and eye health.
The food comes soft enough to easily spoon out, and is akin to a mush that can readily stir into kibble. You won't have chunks or pieces, just soft food that falls apart when you dump it out of the can.
Overall this is not a bad product, I just wish there was a little firmer consistency to the food.
August 17, 2014
My Dogs LOVE it!
Our one dog has allergies to everything. The only thing she can eat is rabbit and salmon. Evangers is the only USA company I have found that has ONE ingredient dog food. Our other big guy wants to eat her food, so I add a tablespoon to his food and since it smells like hers, he leaves her alone. So far our little girl (72 lbs) has stopped itching and chewing her feet. Life is good again.
December 10, 2013
My dog loves the taste
I have a rescued greyhound and I guess he thinks that he has finally captured a rabbit because he loves the taste of the canned dog food which I mix with his dry food.
August 3, 2013
Cats Were Iffy, Dogs Loved It
This is a good "novel protein" source for food allergy animals, which we thought was the problem with one of my cats. As it turns out, he was not suffering from food allergies, but something much more serious (FIP) which ultimately took his life, so to say that he disliked this food might be unfair. But our other cat turns his nose up at the rabbit, too. Good thing this is a cat and dog food, because now I can finish feeding the rest of the case to the dogs, who love it.
February 27, 2013